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During my interview with pap, we talked about his childhood growing up on the farm. We also touched on his life in the military, how he met his wife, his career, and raising his kids.
Reflecting on life, grandkids, and 3 boys, all makes you thankful for the life you have now.
I interview my father for class. I am a trans man not yet out to my father, and use my deadname at the beginning of the recording. My name is Elliot, please disregard that.
Gia interviewed her father, Rob, and found out many things that they both could do better in life.
Maeve Oliver talks to her father John Oliver about how music has changed in his lifetime.
My father's life lessons and how he wants to be remembered as a great husband and father.
I interviewed my dad. It was an emotional interview that I did not expect.
I decided to interview my grandfather who was born and raised in india about his childhood and fatherhood memories, as well as what he has learned from his experiences throughout his life.
We briefly talked about his life and what it was like. We also talked about his experiences and how he has learned from them. The person in the picture is my brother, Amar (18).
My father discussed his sources of motivation. He also described how it feels to be a father.
In this recording, Jessica Quartieri from Henderson, NV records her father, Michael Quartieri, on November 26, 2017.
This interview is meant to dive into the experiences of a man before and during his fatherhood.
Fritz Ruhlander talks with Allie Ruhlander about his experience becoming a father.
Going through the progressions of my dad's life and taking advantage of his importance on grades to ask some sentimental questions he'd rather not answer.
Granny Carol talks about growing up and her dad, Ted
Stop and smell the roses and maybe you'll witness a miracle. Raising a premature baby from 1995.
My father speaks of his early life before joining the marine corps and later navy, describing his 26 year long career serving the United States
This interview with my dad actually was kind of more casual then I thought it would’ve been and I really appreciate that he had this conversation with me
Continued conversations with Gene Ochsendorf (69). Alaska, Steubenville, WV, & more.